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About: kansas city, missouri

The city was the site of several Civil War battles, most notoriously the Battle of Westport. It is officially nicknamed the "City of Fountains" because, with over 200 fountains, the city claims to have the second most in the world behind only Rome.

Population: 475830
Local Newspapers: The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB) Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
Local Colleges: University of Missouri-Kansas City Rockhurst University Alvila University Park University

Zip Codes associated with kansas city, missouri: 64101 64102 64105 64106 64108 64109 64110 64111 64112 64113 64114 64116 64117 64118 64119 64120 64123 64124 64125 64126 64127 64128 64129 64130 64131 64132 64133 64134 64136 64137 64138 64139 64145 64146 64147 64149 64150 64152 64153 64154 64155 64156 64157 64158 64161 64163 64164 64165 64166 64167 64192
Towns/Cities near kansas city, missouri : Gladstone Pleasant Valley Liberty Westwood Raytown

Kansas City News
Mom speaks out, wants help solving son's killing

A Kansas City mother is pleading for someone to come forward with information about who killed her son late last year. Thursday, the police department announced it is offering a $5,000 reward for information about the death of John C. Jones.

Kansas City named as finalist to host 2021-2024 Women's Final Four

A committee has been formed, comprised of the Kansas City Sports Commission, Visit KC, Sprint Center and the University of Missouri, to oversee the bid. "Our experience hosting major sporting events at the collegiate, national and professional level is extensive," said Kathy Nelson, President and CEO of the Kansas City Sports Commission.

No water in parts of Brookside after main break

Businesses and homeowners in part of the Brookside neighborhood woke up Thursday morning with little or no water pressure. The Kansas City water department said a 12-inch water main broke near 63rd and Oak overnight.

Will Private Streets Ruin Westport???

An urban planner perspective on the Kansas City crackdown offers a round-up and consideration of the impact that actually doesn't sound very fun . . . Like it or not, the NEXTGEN of middle-class bar patrons comprised of gamers, millennials and social media denizens might not want to deal with the hassle.

Health dept. offering free lead paint removal

More than half of the homes in Kansas City, Missouri were built before 1978, which means there's a higher chance they have lead paint. The home the health department took 41 Action News to on Wednesday was built more than a hundred years ago, so it was no surprise that lead paint was in multiple places.

Kansas City family, daughter reunited with service dog after it went missing for 3 days

A crash on icy roads over the weekend led to a desperate search for a service dog, but ended with a happy ending after they were reunited. Diesel is more than just a pet for Alyssa Benjamin's daughter, Eliza.

Fighting sex trafficking in Kansas City

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. There are people like those at Restoration House in Kansas City who work to help the victims of trafficking.

Lockton promotes executive in US Pacific operations

Lockton L.L.C. has named Nate Mundy to senior vice president and chief operating officer of its U.S. Pacific operations, the broker said Tuesday. Mr. Mundy, who is based in Los Angeles, was most recently vice president of Kansas City, Missouri-based Lockton's Pacific operations in the U.S. He succeeds Gary Petrosino, who is retiring after 40 years in the industry.

NY Times 'News' Story Goes All Out on Trump 'Racism':...

The front of the National section in the New York Times took full advantage of President Trump's vulgar comment about life in Africa, El Salvador, and Haiti to accuse him of racism, felicitously timed to appear on Martin Luther King Day. Reporter Sabrina Tavernise's full-page article was headlined "In Trump's Remarks, Black Churches See a Nation Backsliding ."

Kansas lawmakers run into eye-opening perspectives on automated vehicles

State and federal regulators joined a private insurance company official Tuesday in an attempt to convince Kansas lawmakers of the need to speed development of rules guiding use of high-tech driverless vehicles on streets and highways. The House Transportation Committee and the Senate Transportation Committee convened separate hearings to journey into the emerging world of of autonomous cars and trucks racing onto the U.S. market.

There's a blood shortage due to weather, flu

"The flu has reached almost epidemic levels here in the Kansas City area. The hospitals are at full capacity," Evans said.

World War I painting on loan from UK coming to Kansas City

The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City is preparing to display a John Singer Sargent painting depicting British soldiers blinded by a gas attack on the Western Front. The American artist's 8-by20-foot oil on canvas titled "Gassed" is so large the museum had to build a new exhibit space, called the Wylie Gallery.

Kansas City Double Tuesday News Look

Here are just a few more midday links worth a peek amid as Jordan reignites our interest in local news . . . April Fleming Fresh on the heels of that Jack White announcement comes word that a big night of Americana and roots music is on the way to KC.

The next Matt Nagy is already in Kansas City

If Pat Shurmur does get a head coaching job this year as he's rumored to, Reid and his former assistants will account for 25 percent of the league's head coaching positions. The Reid tree is strong.

Recent Missouri editorials

Is it possible to sidestep the ongoing drama over Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens' extramarital affair and whether he can survive in office to talk about something at least as important? More specifically, we're going to talk about all the issues that Greitens left unmentioned, or barely addressed, during his second State of the State address this week. This was the speech that ended just before the news broke that Greitens had engaged in an affair in 2015 when he was exploring a run for governor and had allegedly blackmailed the woman during their tryst.

Schools closed as dangerous wind chills blast Kansas City area

The temperatures currently in the low teens will quickly fall into the single digits Monday evening and eventually below zero overnight. Serious cold through the rest of the day and tonight, Wind Chill Advisory goes into effect at 6pm.

Kansas City Midday News Link Salute

A Filipino woman arrested last year in Kansas has been sentenced to prison for stealing nearly $100,000 from a U.S. Naval base in Japan. Federal prosecutors say 60-year-old Cynthia Lopez Creseni was sentenced Friday, January12 to two years in prison.

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